Welcome to Servikus Tutorials Area! You will find a ton of useful tutorials in our tutorial area. We hope that you will find them useful! If you want custom tutorial created, please let us know and we will create it for you!
Tutorials aimed for advanced users and, mostly, Dedicated Servers owners.
cPanel related tutorials
WordPress related (installation, plugins, tips etc)
301 Redirection in from old to a new domain (.htaccess)
For instance, you have two domains – testingaddondomain.com (old domain) and addondomain.com (new domain). You want to make that, once you type the old domain, a new domain appears in the browser, and that it shows the content of the old domain. If you don’t have a directory and new domain on your account, you… Read More
Adding an addon domain in cPanel
If you have a bigger hosting package than Starter one (whether Standard or Ultimate) at Servikus, you can have more than one domain per account. Therefore, you can use one domain as the main domain. The contents for that domain are usually placed in public_html. However, to add a new domain to your account, you… Read More
Managing DNS records in Zone Editor (cPanel)
The DNS records are there to ensure that the authoritative DNS servers receive the needed info about the website, like domain name, IP address, and details on how to handle requests for your domain (TTL aka time-to-live and similar stuff). In that way, your website finds its way to the Internet, and others can find… Read More
How to change PHP upload_max_filesize value – simplified
Once you have installed WordPress, as we have shown in some of our previous tutorials, you probably want to change things a bit – add some images, use a new plugin, maybe change the theme. Each file that you wish to upload had its size, which your website should be able to handle. Also, you… Read More
Inodes – a quick guide
You will often read that lack of inodes space causes website lagging and performance issues. So, you probably wonder – what on Earth are inodes? An inode is an index node that the Linux filesystem allocates to each item (files and folders). It stores “metadata about the data” or information about each item, such as… Read More